State of the Art: October 2019
It’s been too long since I’ve collected essays on the speculative art. There were some great ones published this summer. Writing Through the News Cycle – Kameron Hurley at Locus Monsters, the Monstrous, and Reclaiming the Other by Leo Elijah Cristea at Fantasy Faction Sir Elsa of Tortall, Knight of the Realm by Elsa Sjunneson-Henry…
State of the Art: August 2019
Modern Folklore Press seeks to foster the art of Fantasy and Speculative literature. This series seeks and promotes recently published essays and interviews about the genre.
FSF Poetry – Rhysling Award Winners Announced
Poetry is a vital element in the body of Fantasy literature. It is not the dead form people often claim it to be.
State of the Art: May 2019
Essays and conversations about Fantasy and Speculative literature. Closing out Women in SF&F Month: Swati Teerdhala writes, The Unlikeable Heroine at Fantasy Book Cafe Everyone’s World Is Ending All the Time: notes on becoming a climate resilience planner at the edge of the anthropocene by Arkady Martine at Uncanny The System is Broken for People…
Fantasy & SpecFic Watch #12
Q&A with VE Schwab – BookRiot Interview excerpt with G. Willow Wilson at Locus The 2019 Nommo Awards shortlists – Tor.com Re-live Short Story Month with 17 recent anthologies by Maria Haskins at Barnes & Noble ICYMI 2018 Nebula Award Winners – SFWA Interview with Ilana C. Myer: Troubadour Magic at Locus